PlayStation Store, December 25, 2020 offers

PlayStation Store, December 25, 2020 offers
The January Discounts have started on PlayStation Store, a new promotion that will keep us company until January 20, 2021 with many offers on PS5 and PS4 games, also recently released.

Discounts can reach up to 70% and the list of reduced-price titles is really large and interesting, with several products that have never been available at lower figures.

Well, what are the deals that we really think are unmissable? From Assassin's Creed Valhalla to Yakuza: Like a Dragon, from Persona 5 Royal to Immortals: Fenyx Rising, here's our traditional selection.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla

First promotion ever and therefore price lowest ever for Assassin's Creed Valhalla (48.99 euros instead of 69.99), the new chapter of the Ubisoft series that takes us this time to 9th century England, in the role of a Viking warrior determined to lead his clan towards the glory and riches in an unknown land.

A mission that is anything but simple, given that the troops of Alfred the Great will try to stop our advance in every way. To counter them we will need friends, which is why the game's protagonist, Eivor, will have to forge alliances within the kingdom and thus secure the support of local governors.

Featuring a literally huge campaign, that will keep you company for hundreds of hours, Assassin's Creed Valhalla boasts some of the best landscapes ever seen in a video game, spurring you to conduct extensive exploration sessions on foot or horseback to discover unknown places, visit cities and find treasures.

On the gameplay front, the game has been equipped with an improved combat system, with the possibility of wielding two different weapons, using special maneuvers, managing a loot that is not too dispersive and hearing better the feedback of the shots between clashes and sieges of fortresses.

Yakuza: Like a Dragon

The episode of the revolution for the SEGA brand, Yakuza: Like a Dragon (44.99 euros instead of 59, 99) changes protagonist, setting and gameplay compared to the long saga of Kazuma Kiryu. The story of the game this time revolves around Ichiban Kasuga, a young member of the Arakawa family who decides to take responsibility for a murder he didn't commit to save his mentor.

When he gets out of prison, however, eighteen years old. later, Ichiban discovers that things have changed a lot, the Omi Alliance has taken control of Kamurocho and his old leader appears to have betrayed the Clan Tojo. Wounded by a gunshot, the man finds himself in Yokohama and there he decides to start a new life with three friends.

As mentioned, Yakuza: Like a Dragon revolutionizes the traditional gameplay of the series: on the one hand the exploration and side activities are still present in a scenario never so large and detailed, the action fights have been set aside in favor of a jRPG-style turn-based system that drastically changes the approach to the experience, gaining tactical depth but losing involvement.

The quality of the plot and characters, as well as the usual cinematic narration of great intensity, however, manage to smooth the edges of the more monotonous and repetitive sequences, making the game an unmissable purchase for those who wanted to get closer to Yakuza, all the more so thanks to the presence of an excellent translation of the texts in Italian.

Persona 5 Royal

Speaking of localizations in Italian, it is back in the promotion of January Discounts also Persona 5 Royal (29.99 euros instead of 59.99), an improved and enriched edition of the RPG signed by Atlus, which compared to the original version adds new characters, new missions, various tweaks and a translation of the dialogues in our language.

The best way to join the Phantom Thieves in their nocturnal missions in the souls of evil people, grappling with spectacular clashes in virtual but no less threatening dungeons and castles, as well as with the normal activities of a Japanese high school student.

Immortals: Fenyx Rising

Launched just a few days ago, Immortals: Fenyx Rising (41.99 euros instead of 69.99) is already on offer on PlayStation Store, a sign that the debut of Ubisoft's action RPG was not the best in terms of sales, perhaps due to the inevitable autumn crowding that has relegated the game to second choice compared to the prod most famous uses.

Actually, the title really deserves it, so you should take advantage of the discounts to take it home. Under the command of the brave Fenyx, we will have the task of finding the origin of a curse that threatens the gods of Olympus, but to complete the mission we will have to make use of divine powers, defeat powerful opponents and solve increasingly complex environmental puzzles. br>

Final Fantasy VII Remake

Available at the lowest price ever, halved compared to the official figure, Final Fantasy VII Remake (34.99 euros instead of 69.99) has the great merit of taking the classic of Square Enix and bring it to the present day as part of a truly spectacular makeover, characterized by an amazing direction and a technical sector of excellence.

The story is always that of the mercenary Cloud Strife and ecoterrorists who want to hit Midgar's reactors, but every aspect of the original work has been enriched with details and narrative implications, while the gameplay has undergone important changes to suit the tastes of nostalgic m to those of those approaching this experience for the first time.

Other games on offer

Watch Dogs: Legion (41.99 euros instead of 69.99) introduces a great novelty as part of his open world set in London: the possibility of recruiting any character encountered on the street into his team, using his peculiar abilities to carry out specific missions in a fight for freedom against the Blume Corporation.

Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time (34.99 euros instead of 69.99) tells a new adventure of the famous peramele created by Naughty Dog, this time struggling with space-time travel and with a series of masks able to give to whom wears special powers. Colorful, fun and very full-bodied, the new chapter enriches the experience of the original trilogy with many interesting ideas.

Cuphead (13.99 euros instead of 19.99) catapult us into the frenetic action platform action packaged by Studio MDHR , stylistically inspired by vintage cartoons and therefore endowed with an extraordinary charm, but at the same time distinctly hardcore in the approach. Ideal if you are looking for a great challenge, perhaps to be faced in a local cooperative with a friend.

DOOM Eternal (€ 23.09 instead of 69.99) sees the clash between the powerful DOOM Slayer and the demonic troops move to planet Earth. Using an even richer and more devastating arsenal, we will have to eliminate our enemies in the most painful way possible and open our way to the three Priests by completing increasingly difficult battles and new platform sections.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (49.69 euros instead of 69.99) is at the first promotion on PlayStation Store and therefore available at the lowest price ever: excellent news for those who were waiting for a discount before proceeding to purchase the new Treyarch shooter , set in the period of the Cold War.

Lowest price ever, finally, also for The Yakuza Remastered Collection (29.99 euros instead of 59.99), the remastered collection that includes in a single solution Yakuza 3, Yakuza 4 and Yakuza 5: if you already have Yakuza 0 and the two Kiwami, you must have it!

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